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are not taking it lightly. >> not a word from the family as they left their home. neighbors are outraged. >> i feel so aangry right now. . everyone thought it was real and were so scared. >> for 48 hours this community feared a child predator in his neighborhood and one boy said his classmates were worried. >> they did not know what to do, they were scared is he going to come here or something? >> and now we know the fear was based on a lie. she now admits to police she made it up. here is what she told us yesterday. >> we are just a little shaken up, i mean, somebody tried to take our 3-year-old daughter and trying to feel safe in a neighborhood that we know all our neighbors and something like that happened, it kind of shakes everyone up.
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>> san jose investigators interviewed her again and noticed inconsistencies in her story. >> frustrating for the police department to say the least. i toad up in front of the cameras yesterday, to all of you as a parent. >> and committed valuable resources to the case. >> in light of the department, and the lack of resources, it was taxing for all of us. the beat officer that was responding and the investigators that went out from. >> the police say the mom has a criminal record, but would not offer any details about that in this case, she could face a false police report charge. george, thank you. another story now, about a lie. tonight, lance armstrong's fall from grace entered a new chapter, admission for the first time, the world heard armstrong come clean, admitting to years of disception.
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it was gripping to watch this interview tonight. a lot of people are now asking what is his motivation in finally admitting the truth here? >> yeah, absolutely. he is one of the most famous athletes in the world and for millions an inspirational cancer survivor that built a movement around his comeback after beating the disease. armstrong admits that years of accusations against him are true. he lied. >> a one word answer. >> did you ever take banned substances to enhance your cycling performance in. >> yes. >> after years of denial, he admitted that he used performance-enhancing drugs. >> in all seven of your tour de france victories did you ever take banned substances or blood dope? >> yes. >> it's an admission that he has spent more than a decade denying. >> not once. >> even under oath in a 2005 deposition. >> i have never taken drugs. i have used this situation as
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one big lie. that i repeated a lot of times. >> a lie he repeated without remorse. >> you did not even feel wrong? >> no. scary. >> did you feel bad about it? no. even scarier. >> did you feel in any way that you were cheating? >> no. scariest. >> those who have follow armstrong say his admission is self serving. >> i think he is insincere except that he is repairing his own brand. >> a brand that lost millions endorsements after being stripped of his titles and the today the olympic international committee stripped him of his
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bronze medal. >> i will spend the rest of my life earning back trust. >> tonight the justice department extended the deadline to decide whether or not to interveen in a whistle blowing case. his teammate alleged all along that armstrong did take drugs too. >> so do you believe it? many of you commenting on our facebook page tonight, gill writes, quote, can i get a refund on how lance does it. it's full of lies. i feel sorry for him. >> no, i don't care what he has to say, there's no excuse for his cheating and lies. he cheated the rightful winners of their wins and what could have come of that. new tonight at 11:00, a hit and run driver's two-year run from the law is finally over.
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it's been a global chase. the man was arrested today in 2011, he collided with a motorcyclist in santa clare a. the 57-year-old victim died. he left the country after failing to show up for a court appearance, he was found in the philippines and returned to the united states today. what was a friend gesture is now a threat in local neighborhoods. we hear from people in pleasantpleasant enton that say knocks on the front door is something they fear. >> good evening, we are off of the 680 freeway, it's the neighborhoods that run parallel two miles up that -- where people say they have been targeted with knocks on their doors and not the good kind. >> when no one answered one family's nightmare began. the woman on this home said a while man in his late teens
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tried to pry and then kick down her door after 11:00 in the morning when her mother-in-law screamed he took off in a white pickup that was spotted a few doors down. >> kind of like he was looking for an address like he was lost. >> this more of three said she is on edge, knowing it happened when it was light out in a neighborhood dotted with warnings of security systems. >> knowing that somebody is that brazen to get through the door or want to get through the door is gut wrenching for me. i mean, i don't want to answer the door. >> and not only because of the attempted home invasion, she said that friends have been warning of overly aggressive door to door salesmen. >> the person put their foot in the door to stop the door from closing. >> just north of here, people that live in the oak hill area are complaining of the same thing, in particular, men selling magazines door to door, bordering on forceful. both neighborhoods sit close to
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680 and the police saying that makes them the prime target. neighbors are encouraged to be extra alert during the time of the attempted break in, the man was outside but had his ear plugs in not aware of what was happening. >> i wish i had known, i was just a few doors down, former marine corp, i would have helped out if you know what i mean. >> being close to freeways applies to other places as well. a man was held at gunpoint close by 580. if you get a knock on the door, let them know you are home but keep that door closed. nbc bay area news. the flu virus claimed the first life in santa clare a county, this victim, a 98-year-old woman.
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with other conditions. hospital emergency rooms are crowded and there's a vaccine shortage, but hospital officials say if you get a flu shot, you should. flu season may not peak until march. now for a scare for pablo sandoval, this is a photo from venezuela. he was complaining of stomach pain. family members say it's not appendisitis. the paper quotes that sandoval's agent is saying that he will likely not return to play for a winter league team. >> none of us are interested in ever stepping foot in that theater that killing field ever again. too soon or simply moving forward, the controversial reopening of the aurora movie theater. caught on tape, a video of a
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menlo park jewelry store holdup, it's what you do not see to other side of the camera that has the robbers run are scared. and teenagers get the video assignment of a lifetime and another young man is packing his bags getting ready to go see the president of the united states. how they all won tickets to see the presidential inauguration. that story coming up. and good evening, weather center, a lot of sunshine today, and a bit warmer, 74 degrees in cots valley, and belmont 65, we will have more on the weekend warming coming up in a few minutes.
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>> some of you stood in the theater in the shadow of death in the darkness in chaos of evil. it's been a difficult evening six months after a mass shooting inside of a colorado movie theater an emotional ceremony marks the reopening. families and victims and two survivors sat in the same seats where a gunman opened fire on a crowd of people killing 12 and injuring 70 others. tonight a ceremony, maed the theater's reopening after renovation, the city of aurora gave tickets to surviving victims, hospital employees, and volunteers but not everyone that was invited wanted to attend. >> for me, it's like walking over a cemetery. somebody's grave at a cemetery because of what happened there. so, i say, my family and i will never come. >> shooting suspect james holmes
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is set to enter a plea against him in march. >> more on the deadly raid in algeria, 35 captives were killed. it began after militants stormed the facility, they took 41 hostages and at least two americans. today the military attacked as the rebels were moving hostages from one area to another. new at 11:00, investigators from the ntsb and the faa are joining a japanese investigation on a grounded boeing dreamliner, it was forced to land earlier this week after the pilot thought he smelled smoke. it was the latest in a series of problems with the craft. all dreamliner flights have been cancelled. well, is there a hot streak coming to an end, san jose's newest casino has struck out with the city's police chief.
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the owners of the casino matrix said that the police chief has rejected their application to add penitentiaryhouse gaming to the top floor. san jose's gaming commission recommended the denial and the police chief backed it up. matrix owners are trying to determine if they can appeal the decision. surveillance video captures the fastest robbery attempt on record. in nine seconds, three masked men walk in to the jewellers in menlo park and walked out when they realized the store owner had a gun. the suspect started to break the glass cases and ended up fleeing without anything. the men escaped in a white car, which crashed about a mile away. you see it here in a quiet neighborhood. two men were arrested, two more are still at large. young people here in the bay area have a front row seat to history, they are heading to washington, d.c. for the inauguration on monday. they will be doing more than
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just taking pictures. let's bring in jean, who is in palo alto with a once in a lifetime opportunity. jean, explain? >> bay area lawmakers gave a lot of inauguration tickets in palo alto and teenagers with the youth video corp are about to experience a unique traveling assignment. >> i like the whole theme -- >> student volunteers with the youth video corp are autosed - are used to making videos. this show is hitting the road going to the presidential inauguration. >> it's a lifetime experience to go to the inauguration and actually seeing the president and probably seeing how he is. how he is enjoying the moment. >> congress woman got tickets for five high school students with the youth video corp, it's a working trip, media center intern wes said that the teenage
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team members will be busy. >> we know we will be interviews elected officials and working on getting in the white house, we will be at the ceremonies. >> and they will be blogging for the media center and southwest airlines that paid for the air fair. they will meet this college student who is packing for his inauguration trip after winning tickets from the congressman's office in a facebook contest. >> tell me your opinion on public education and how we can fix it. >> he is frustrated by the rising cost of college and had suggestions. >> it will be amazing, since this is the first time i voted for him. >> he will be working and networking with the nation's leaders about the nation's opportunities. >> right now the main plan is physical therapy, but i mean, i was actually looking at some internships in washington, d.c. before this situation happened. so this would now be my chance to talk to some people. >> a chance of a lifetime. we will be checking in with people from the bay area who are attending the inauguration, keep
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your eye on nbc bay for their video, pictures and updates. reporting live. and an exciting weekend for a lot of people, let's bring in our chief meteorologist, a lot going on in washington, d.c., but a lot happening right here. >> we have seen numbers jump from 30 to 40 degrees from what we started off earlier this week. we have more coming up. get a look at the drop lar radar scan. overcoming dry conditions over the next couple of days. so our main threat right now, it's the increasing dangerous waves, surfers will love it off of pillar point harbor. waves only three feet as we head to the weekend, by sunday, 20-35 foot waves expected and 20-25 second duration swells. is again, very dangerous conditions to all swimmers and boaters as we head into sunday
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and saturday. meanwhile, current temperatures it's 37 in n -- oakland, 48, and san mateo 43. and 44 in san jose. let's go outside to the sky camera network. we are getting slight warming at this hour, and that same system is pruzing haze again. poor air quality will be a problem as we go through the forecast. clear skies right now in san francisco. what we are finding on the weather board as we look at the pacific, is any sign of storm activity is not 1,000 miles out the here but about 2,000 miles and you can see it clearly arcing off to the north. that is due to the circulation around high pressure. with that said, you will get your sunshine for this weekend and you will get plenty of mild temperatures.
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let's get a look on who will get in on some of the heat. as we go through saturday, half moon bay looks to hit 70, beach weather mixed in here. walnut creek 70 and dpil roy 70 and san francisco close with upper 60s. this is quite a bit of a jump. again, it will come a a cost with the spare the air in effect. with the worst air quality in the north and also for the central bay tomorrow. may want to limit that outdoor exposer if you suffer from allergies or breathing problems. 36 in san jose and also 43 in los gatos. we will get the sunshine out here and we will feel the warmth and you will need the sunglasses and maybe even, get away with shorts here in the south bay. we will have 67 in san jose and 66 in san francisco, you know, san santa cruz, it will be warmer than san jose
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it will be a great day through the coast line. time for the tahoe report. squaw valley expecting temperatures in the upper 30s. and a know base at 58 inches. and alpine meadows conditions 30s with a groomed surface. sunny through saturday and sunday, be cautious of the dangerous waves we highlighted they will be with us through the weekend. we stay dry through next week and then the clouds start to increase by wednesday and thursday. but we are going to hold off on those showers and may not be until next weekend that we eventually start to get rainfall in here, raj. >> it looks great. >> thank you, jeff. >> you know where the big party was in the bay area tonight? >> lady gaga. >> oh, yeah. everyone was there with their poker face. lady gaga rocking the south bay. more than music though, we will explain.
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>> all the little monsters are leaving right about now, lady gaga did not disappoint, a sold out show at the hp pavilion tonight, her fans were treated to a preshow parking lot party that featured everything from fashion shows to free mental health in terms of analysis for experts. her born brave bus was there tonight. protesters who were in attendance that did not deter fans. >> we have a preprogram out here where mental health facilities where we have a problem with that, you know, with the gun control issue, she brings a whole tent city to get pep for fans. >> one other big event, lady gaga picked a random person and gave them $5,000 to donate to a charity in their name.
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how about that? i know you are smiling because hockey season is back, take it away brodie. >> i'm smiling because i made it back from lady gaga's concert to do the sports. some of the best players will be dawning different jerseys come spring training, we will explain why and the best running back of all time is just now getting used to san francisco's offense. frank gore with candid comments here next on nbc bay area.
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good evening i'm brodie brazil at this hour, the 49ers have one more practice before their nfc championship game sunday in atlanta, history would suggest that san francisco is due, that is because they have not won a road playoff game since check this, january of 1989. meantime, the offense could be the key to san francisco's quest
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for a sixth super bowl title. it worked last saturday but would you believe that the scheme took a while to win over the all time leading rusher frank gore. >> i felt like it's not real football. you know? but you know, like i said, helping us to get to where we want to go. i come from miami and you know, it's like profile offense, i didn't, you know, i didn't think of it. now i love it. we have a big 60 yard run late in the game and you know, we kept the same formation and i was making it back-to-back. and it worked. >>. >> to the diamond, several giants will take part in this spring's baseball classic, pagan and lopez will suit up for puerto rico and romo will play for our neighbors to the south. scutaro and sandoval will be
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included. closer to home, it will be avenue elicit and vogelsong dawning the tars and stripes. joe mauer, ryan braun and jimmy rollins will play as well. basketball in san francisco, santa clare a, up by 5. great ball movement by the broncos and finished with the flush. 21-14, sc, couple hins later off the rebound, kevin foster kind of camping out behind the stripe, he is good right there from downtown and with that three, santa clare a is up ten. second is half, santa clare a in transition, foster, what a bounce pass for a jam. and then off the inbounds pass, three-ball corner pocket, it's good, 45-26 scu, and then it's foster pulling up and stroking the jumper. a game high 27. santa clare a wins big.
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we want to leave you with this, the nhl lockout is over, but here is a head shot, brent burns of san jose, we know what he was doing during the lockout. he was hieb -- he was hibernating. more news coming up after this. [ female announcer ] safeway presents
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length can vary when the bread is not baked to exact specifications. >> thanks for watching, we will see you tomorrow.
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nbc-universal television captions by vitac ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jay: hi, guys! thank you very much! welcome to "the tonight show." nice to have you all here! ladies and gentlemen. thank you very much! did you know this is national fresh squeezed juice week? did you that? >> rickey: no. [ laughter ] >> jay: and in honor this week, oprah winfrey tonight airs her interview with the world's most famous juicer, lance armstrong. [ laughter ] there you go. [ applause ] it is a busy week for lance armstrong. earlier tonight, he admitted to doping on oprah winfrey, and then he goes to dr. phil to
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